When it comes to equality there is a path to leadership. Dr. Maria Giammarco and Dr. Susan Black of The Conference Board of Canada show how.
On March 12, The Hon. Maryam Monsef headlines an all star lineup on Before the Bell live from the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.
The prime minister has recently appointed Canada’s first minister of digital government, which raises questions about what this means for simplification of government services, privacy and security, and for business interaction with government. Sixth Estate’s Before the Bell assembled a panel of stakeholders and experts, along with minister Joyce Murray, to discuss these questions.
The Honourable Joyce Murray MP, Canada’s new minister of digital government joins, Before the Bell next Thursday, February 20th live from the National Arts Centre to discuss this new role and what digital government will look like for Canadians. Additionally, Before the Bell has invited leading thought leaders to discuss the implications for Canadians and the related
With an Abacus Data survey showing that 33 percent of Canadians worry about climate change every day and the federal government having set a goal of net-zero emissions by 2050, Before the Bell assembled a panel of stakeholders and experts to discuss the challenges associated with combatting climate change in Canada.
At the start of a new Parliament, where it remains to be seen whether the government will continue its focus on innovation, Before the Bell brought together a panel of experts and stakeholders to discuss the future of Canadian innovation initiatives.
Before the Bell returns this Thursday, December 5th to discuss Canada’s innovation path forward. The innovation agenda was a priority for the last session of parliament, will it remain so for this one? Guests appearing on Before the Bell include: Jill Schnarr vice president corporate citizenship and communications with TELUS Canada, Teresa Marques president and CEO, Rideau
Technology can form a large part of the solution to reduce inequality in Canada. The benefits can drive improved health, social and economic outcomes for all Canadians.
As pharmacare was a major election issue, and the re-elected Liberal government has promised to implement a national pharmacare program in accordance with the Hoskins report, Before the Bell assembled a panel of experts and stakeholders to discuss what options the government may be exploring.
Before the Bell returns next Thursday, November 14th to discuss what everyone expects to be a key priority for our next government – a national Pharmacare plan. Guests appearing on Before the Bell include: Dr. Seema Nagpal vice president science and policy with Diabetes Canada, Joelle Walker vice president public affairs, Canadian Pharmacists Association, Dr. Jennifer Shulman partner KPMG,